Jennifer Tipton - Stage Work (selected)

Stage Work (selected)

  • Spectral Scriabin - 2010 - a "piano theatre" collaboration with pianist Eteri Andjaparidze
  • La Bete - 1991 - Tony Award Best Lighting Design nominee
  • Jerome Robbins' Broadway - 1989 - Tony Award Best Lighting Design winner and Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design winner
  • Long Day's Journey Into Night - 1989 - Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design winner
  • Worstward Ho - 1987 - Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design nominee
  • Hamlet - 1986 - Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design nominee
  • Whoopi Goldberg - 1985 - Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design nominee
  • Sophisticated Ladies - 1981 - Tony Award Best Lighting Design nominee
  • Lunch Hour - 1981 - Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design nominee
  • Bosoms and Neglect - 1979
  • The Cherry Orchard - 1977 - Tony Award Best Lighting Design winner and Drama Desk Award Outstanding Lighting Design winner
  • For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf 1977 - Tony Award Best Lighting Design winner

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